Grateful Dead Live at Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center on 1985-02-18
d1t01 crowd tuning
d1t02 Iko Iko
d1t03 C C Rider
d1t04 Dire Wolf
d1t06 Ramble On Rose
d1t07 Me And My Uncle >
d1t08 Mexicali Blues
d1t09 China Cat Sunflower >
d1t10 I Know You Rider
d1t12 Samson And Delilah
d2t01 He's Gone >
d2t02 Spoonful >
d2t03 Eyes Of The World >
d2t04 Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad >
d2t05 Drums >
d2t06 Space >
d2t07 China Doll >
d2t08 Baby What You Want Me to Do* >
d2t09 Sugar Magnolia
d2t10 Keep Your Day Job
Collection GratefulDeadBand/Artist Grateful DeadVenue Henry J. Kaiser Convention CenterSource MAC; Sennheiser 421s > Sony TC-MD5 > Maxell MX90sLineage MAC > Nakamichi Cassette Deck 2 (azimuth adjusted) > Kind Kables RCA/XLR > Lunatec V3(@2496) > coax > Audiophile 2496 > WaveLab 5.0 > 24 bit WAV > Wave L3 UltraMaximizer (dither to 16 bit 44.1kHz) > CD Wave Editor > Trader's Little Helper > FLAC16.Taped by Mark McCueTransferred by Alex Ford
- the last "Baby What You Want Me To Do" played on 12-31-82
- Master Cassettes provided by Mark McCue.
- Transfer, dither and conversion by Alex Ford 02/23/2007.
- Sector Boundary errors fixed with Trader's Little Helper.
- Files encoded @ level 8.
December 30, 2011
IMO> don't DL this source
this was taped in the back.a distant and hollow sound to it.IMO> DL the d5scott source for the killer sound of 3-421's.enjoy mark mccue!!!!
October 28, 2011
Pull up your sled, Jerry's in Red.
The first of a three day run soon after Garcia was busted in Golden Gate Park in his BMW freebasing Heroin, Garcia is sporting shorter hair and a RED shirt instead of a black one. As a whole, this run is decent listening, good moments here and there, nothing horrible, nothing earth-shattering either. Bobby continues his ascent to rock-star, and the spirited Iko's lead way to Bobby's crooning of CC Rider. The sound of this tape is good, the show is merely ok. I found some good moments in CC Rider, He's gone, and Jerry finds some good moments in Eyes. Brent has a little fun with some post space blues, and bobby leads a rousing sunshine daydream. This tape probably won't get much rotation in my house, but its not the worst you could do if you enjoy mid-eighties Grateful Dead.